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(i.e., City of Hopemantle cell lymphoma, cancer, stem-cell transplant, etc)

Blogging about and archiving the topic of cancer became an avocation for @ALTALOMAN (Mike Foxworth) circa 2006 when I was diagnosed with mantle cell lymphoma shortly after the Ides of March that year.  Now, more than 14 years later we remain in continuous, sustained remission since 2010, but not without some 16 months of chemotherapy, an allogeneic stem cell transplant, and Tomotherapy (targeted radiation) in that order.  Below, you may search any of those topics and events to learn further details and to return the archive of these events.

Follow the links of @ALTALOMAN to understand the term, CANSWERIST

When you change the way you find things, the things you find change

WEB CURATORS Mike & Dee Dee Foxworth for ALTACITIES® as social media archivists aka ALTALOMAN ® and CANSWERIST ®, web moniker for content created and archived in ...

* SocialCurrentSee® for and about COMMON INTEREST DEVELOPMENTS, more than HOAs, aka ALTACITIES® = “alternate cities”

* SCS: CASTING the constant comments, stories, and 'social currents' of publisher, curator, webmaster ALTALOMAN with a view of the sites below. Now retired, Mike & Dee Dee Foxworth celebrate his survival with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) since Mar. 06, including a stem cell transplant from an unrelated donor in 2007 and TomoTherapy in 2009. 

"ALTALOMAN" is the creator and founder, web visionary, synergist and archivist for a variety of sites (some under the moniker ALTACITIES ®), a family of web locations dealing with assorted life issues and important matters. + + +

Today’s tweets are tomorrow’s posts

Mike & Dee Dee were married July 4, 1971 in Portland, Oregon. Due to Mike's work in hospital fund development, from Oregon they relocated to Denver, followed by positions in Missouri, Northern California's Napa Valley, and then Southern California (Anaheim), various Riverside County Inland Empire locations, San Gabriel Valley (Arcadia), and finally Glendora before retirement in 2010. In 2011, after remission from MCL was obtained a second time, the couple settled into retirement living by moving to Trilogy Glen Ivy, a 55+ community in the Temescal Valley.


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